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#Millennials: A resurgence of Socio-Political Correctness in the 21st Century!  

By Oladotun Fadeyiye There are abounding narratives on the great impacts and positive contributions of the “Millennials” toward statecraft and other fields of endeavour across the globe. The technological revolution in the world of communication has not only made this possible but has brought about transformational reality of “Global Village” which is a reality a large numbers of conservative societies ...

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“Police are the reason most rapists, sex offenders go unpunished for their crimes in Nigeria” – Njemanze

By Oladotun Fadeyiye Abuja based Human Right Activist, Dorothy Njemanze, has blamed some “Bad Eggs” within the Nigeria Police Force as the reason most rapists, sex offenders and other gender-based violence culprits often escape the wrath of the law for the heinous crimes they have committed against minors and women in Nigeria. While recounting her several horrific experiences fighting for ...

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‘A good Nigeria is better than a good Arewa, Oduduwa or Biafra’ – Wole Soyinka

Legendary Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka has expressed his patriotism for his fatherland, Nigeria amidst several agitations from different political factions and ethnic groups caused by current socio-economic crisis in the country. In his well-thought out Poem, he admonishes Nigerians to ignore those who are whipping up political, religious and tribal sentiments in order to cause war and major break-up ...

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How network marketing can eradicate hunger, malnutrition – Pat Ogbidi   

Patricia Ogbidi is an architect who appreciates the value of designing structures that last.  In this interview, she brings that same passion for practical design and functional construction into multi-level marketing to address the basic issue of man – food and nutrition.  Read our exclusive interview with her below:   What exactly is network marketing, and what makes it tick?   Network marketing ...

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LETTER TO NIGERIAN YOUTHS: Throw Away That Degree Otherwise You Will Die Poor!

A Nigerian friend based in South Africa wrote and sent this strong worded and thought-provoking letter to me to share with the Nigerian Youth. Though, the contents are his personal views put together to motivate and jolt other young Nigerians from their slumber to make something meaningful out their lives rather than waiting for government to provide them with means ...

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ICT4SI West African Network holds its first workshop in Nigeria

The ICT 4 Social Innovation West African Network  (ICT4SI) in collaboration with SPIDER – The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions  ​and AfriLabs has held its first Workshop for the ICT experts, techprenuers, techies, start-ups, tech innovators amongst others in Abuja, Nigeria yesterday. ‘Launched in Kigali, Rwanda in November 2015 during its first Conference, with support from SPIDER, it’s ...

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Youth Group Charged Nigerian Youth to dream big, pursue its actualisation

Today July 15th, being the International Youth Skills Day as set aside by the United Nations, a Youth Group, the Better Today Youth Initiative in collaboration with Career Trainee has put together a seminar in Abuja tagged ‘Youth Skills and Career Actualisation’ to commemorate this special day. The Seminar which had young professionals from various field of endeavours, writers, bloggers, ...

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Donald Duke advises Young Nigerians to avoid blunders his generation made!

Mr. Donald Duke, former Cross River State governor, has called on  Nigerian youths not to make the mistake his generation made  by not taking advantage of the many opportunities available in the country to  fast track its development alongside other countries and turn it to a developed nation. Mr Duke stated this, yesterday, in Calabar while addressing youths from Junior ...

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We’re all used to an 8-hour work day. But is it effective?

The 8-hour workday is an outdated and ineffective approach to work. If you want to be as productive as possible, you need to let go of this relic and find a new approach. The 8-hour workday was created during the industrial revolution as an effort to cut down on the number of hours of manual labor that workers were forced ...

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Enter for the 4th Alexander Moses International – LAVCA Summit & Investor Summit in New York to Finance your Startup!

Dear Start-ups, here is an opportunity to get global attention and investment into that ideas of yours. Remember opportunities, time & money are key to every entrepreneur! Heureka Ent. Ltd, a Consulting Firm and Nigeria Representative & Country Director for AMI LAVCA Summit & Investor Roundtable is giving you an opportunity to be part of the “Alexander Moses International (AMI)- LAVCA ...

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